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#1 Hsp08

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 01:26 PM

He has Bills taking:

1st Round: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

2nd Round: Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse

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FYI - he has Geno Smith going to the Eagles.

Edited by Hsp08, 05 April 2013 - 01:27 PM.


#2 aristocrat

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 01:44 PM

if we take a guard it will continue the cycle of drafting a replacement for a player we already had.  we need a lb or wr at the top no other positions please.

#3 Endless Ike

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 01:58 PM

A guard at 8 is bonkers, sorry Melvin.

I seriously can't even remember the last time a player who was an OG in the NCAA was drafted in the top 10.

EDIT: just spent 10 minutes looking, looks like 1997, when the the Saints drafted Chris Naeole at 10 overall.

Edited by Endless Ike, 05 April 2013 - 02:10 PM.


#4 bobgonzo

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 02:17 PM

So, what about guards taken in the top five and who was picked highest?  By my count there have been 12 (11*) guards taken in the top 5 since the NFL draft began in 1936.  In reverse chronological order, they are:
  • Leonard Davis, 2001, Pick 2
  • *Jonathan Ogden, 1996, Pick 4
  • Bill Fralic, 1985, Pick 2
  • Chris Hinton, 1983, Pick 4
  • Ken Huff, 1975, Pick 3
  • John Hicks, 1974, Pick 3
  • John Hannah, 1973, Pick 4
  • Tom Mack, 1966, Pick 2
  • **Randy Beisler, 1966, Pick 4
  • John Niland, 1966, Pick 5
  • Fritz Barzilauskas, 1947, Pick 3
  • Rudy Mucha, 1941, Pick 4


#5 Maddog69

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 02:29 PM

View Postbobgonzo, on 05 April 2013 - 02:17 PM, said:

So, what about guards taken in the top five and who was picked highest?  By my count there have been 12 (11*) guards taken in the top 5 since the NFL draft began in 1936.  In reverse chronological order, they are:
  • Leonard Davis, 2001, Pick 2
  • *Jonathan Ogden, 1996, Pick 4
  • Bill Fralic, 1985, Pick 2
  • Chris Hinton, 1983, Pick 4
  • Ken Huff, 1975, Pick 3
  • John Hicks, 1974, Pick 3
  • John Hannah, 1973, Pick 4
  • Tom Mack, 1966, Pick 2
  • **Randy Beisler, 1966, Pick 4
  • John Niland, 1966, Pick 5
  • Fritz Barzilauskas, 1947, Pick 3
  • Rudy Mucha, 1941, Pick 4

Davis and Ogden both played OT not G.

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 02:38 PM

Good teams don't pick Guards early. I wouldn't take one in the first 3 rounds this year. Let's get a few of those guys who can move the ball down the field. Anyways, I think Pears could kick in there if Hairston steals his RT job in camp.

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